On Saturday September 8 from 1 to 2:30 pm, the Zadock Pratt Museum (Prattsville, NY) will be hosting the final writing workshop of its 2018 Writers Workshop Series. This FREE event will be presented by skilled writer Simona David of Roxbury whose professional reputation is well-known as being both inspired and fueled by her writings about art in the Catskill Region, the Birthplace of American Art.
Writers and would-be writers of all levels and backgrounds are welcome to participate it what is promising to be a wonderfully different kind of workshop as a fitting climax to the Pratt Museum’s 2018 Workshop Series. Simona will be guiding us with insights into investigating the world of art in this region from a writer’s point of view, with tips from her professional background about how to break in to the world of writing about art for professional publications. Her workshop is based on alerting us on how to recognize and engage with writing prompts already embedded within the history of art in the Catskills. We have no further to look than the natural writing cues surrounding us, planned to elicit our intuitive best in writing, which Simona—through the rich background of her life-long investigative nature will be sharing with us.
Please don’t miss this free, unusual and final workshop event of the Pratt Museum’s 2018 season sponsored in part through the generosity of the The A. Lindsay & Olive B. O’Connor Foundation, The Greene County Council for the Arts through The New York Council for the Arts, and the Zadock Pratt Museum. For more information please call 518-937-6120 and/or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.